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SanDisk 16GB ULTRA CF Memory Card 30MB/s 200x (SDCFH-016G-A11, USA Retail Package)

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  • High performance with up to 15MB/sec on 2GB capacity
  • Experience faster shot-to-shot performance with up to 30MB/sec read/write speeds on 4, 8 and 16GB capacities.
  • Store more high-Quality images and video with up to 16GB capacities
  • Feel confident with a lifetime limited warranty from the world leader in flash memory cards
  • Upgrade to SanDisk Ultra memory cards and experience higher performance from your camera
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.4 x 1.7 x 0.1 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002TXJUJ8
  • Item model number: SDKCFH016GA11
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

Boost The Performance Of Your Camera Or Camcorder with Its Fast Data Rates And Reliable Performance, The SanDisk Ultra CompactFlash Memory Card Helps You Get The Most Out Of Your Camera, Camcorders And Other Devices That Support CompactFlash Memory Cards. This CompactFlash Card Comes In Capacities Of Up To 16gb, So You Can Keep Shooting Without Worrying About Running Out Of Space.

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Customer Reviews

This card is great, fast transfer rates.
Damian Vines
I use this card with my Canon 7d, and have used it for almost 10 months now without failure.
pab
I mainly shoot landscapes, and some portraits as well.
afeef745

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Thomman on January 14, 2011
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30MB/sec is good enough for anyone who does not shoot RAW bursts of 20+ frames continuously, provided they use modern cameras (i.e. made in the last 2-3 years). These cameras have enough in-camera buffer to sustain its max frame rate for 2-3 seconds, so the speed of the card does not matter much at all there. For a Canon 50D, for e.g. you can buy the slowest CF card there is, and still shoot at 6fps RAW for 2+ seconds before you have to slow down (i.e. 12-15 shots). You can get faster rated 16GB cards from other brands at the same price, but I would rather have this slower Sandisk, as those are known to be more reliable (not to say they just dont fail).

30MB/sec is much faster than what is required to shoot HD videos on any DSLR. Canon HD videos need only 6MB/sec at 1080p. Don't get fooled into buying faster cards. If you are into videos, buy larger cards, *not* faster - 16GB can store only less than an hour of HD video at highest resolution).

UPDATE (4/20/2011):
After 7 months of use on a Canon 50D, mostly shooting RAW or RAW+jpg, the card is going strong. Never slowed me down, but then I don't ever shoot more than 4-5 frame bursts.

UPDATE (6/8/2011):
Still no problems with the card.

Another point about the speed, for those who care :) If you fill in this card (i.e 16GB worth of images/video), it can take a few minutes to transfer that whole data over to your computer. The exact time it takes depends on your card reader and computer, but a good estimate would be 10 minutes. If you had the really fast 90MB/sec UDMA cards with a USB3.0 UDMA reader, you would probably finish this in half the time (you wont see a 3x improvement practically, because now your hard drive and the transfer link would start becoming the bottlenecks). But if you are like me, you would empty the card every 50-100 shots, and that should finish in seconds.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By chris v on October 27, 2010
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Picked this up for a wedding and I didn't have to worry about wasting shots. I also have the 8GB version as my backup. I've never had an issue with Sandisk cards. I will probably buy the UDMA version next year!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Luke Letellier on November 12, 2010
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I've been using this card several times a week for about a month on my Canon 7D. I have frequently had some sort of buffer problem which results in an error message being shown on the camera requesting either that I format the card or insert a new one. This usually happens when I'm shooting in 1080p 24fps or 720p 60fps; but only about 40% of the time, so sometimes it works decently, other times not so much. But as anyone who does video work knows, losing the wrong shot at the wrong time (especially when it happens frequently) can be a huge pain on your rear end.

And, as for the physical characteristics of the card, it sounds almost like there's a loose part in it; when I move the card around, it "jiggles"(?) or something like that. It feels like it's broken inside...not sure if it really is.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jason on April 24, 2012
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I shoot weddings and portraits and this card has been a life saver. I tried another brand and on my first portrait with them, both cards went corrupt. I promptly returned them and ordered the Sandisks. I have filled these up and formatted them probably 120 - 140 times and they have still never lost a file. I shoot with a Canon 7d and a 5d Mark II in RAW format and haven't had any write speed issues. My buffer on the 5d (from memory) is about 13 or 14 which is usually more than enough.

I will probably be picking up a couple more of these cards just to have with me because I trust them so much.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Rick Farmer on August 18, 2010
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Been using the SanDisk Ultras on my Canon 50D for quite some time now. Fast enough to keep up with the shooting speed of the camera and I've not had any problems with them. Well worth it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By gh68393 on September 8, 2012
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In January, I upgraded from my trusty Rebel to a 7D, and unfortunately had to say goodbye to my little SD cards. Fortunately, Sandisk's CompactFlash cards have lived up to their usual standards of reliability and speed. When purchasing, I seriously debated whether or not to get the 60 MB/s but had trouble justifying the cost. I shoot a fair number of sports and performances, and have never noticed any lag with the 30 MB/s write speed. I am quite pleased to have another reliable source of memory from Sandisk.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By student on May 21, 2012
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I shoot hd video on a 5d mark ii with these and it works very very well.

One of my cards went corrupt recently but sandisk quickly replaced it.
covering shipping both ways.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Christian on July 28, 2011
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This is a pretty dang good price for this product. I believe I paid around $50. I use it with my Canon 7D. My only issue with it is about 40% of the time when shooting in high-speed (60 fps at a shutter-speed of 1/125) the bar that says the processing is backing up fills up and the video auto-shuts off after around 3 seconds. When this does happen, it seems to only happen on the first recording once you put the camera into the high-speed setting. So you'll set the camera for high-speed, then record. 40% of the time that first recording will backup and auto shut off. After that first auto shut off, almost all subsequent recordings seem to work fine. The other 60% of the time, there is no problem at all. So you can record high-speed on this card, it just takes a little finesse. I use this as my back-up card. I have a 16GB Sandisk Extreme which is 60MB/s or 45MB/s (I can't remember right now, but it's faster). For ultimate reliability in high-speed, I go with the Extreme (especially if you only have one possible take for a shot, like you only have one fake window to break), but the ultra is perfect for all other settings and it's half the price of the extreme, so huzzah!
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